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Sydney Festival Director Wesley Enoch talks to NITV Radio on the eve of the Sydney Festival Launch 2019
Every January, Sydney Festival starts the new year with a bang, transforming the city with a bold cultural celebration based on critical ideas and cutting-edge art and performance. More than any other cultural event, Sydney Festival defines Sydne...
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Grant Saunders: Teach A Man To Fish

NITV follows one man’s journey back home to re-connect with his culture in documentary Teach a Man to Fish
NITV invites you to join one man’s journey of self-discovery in new feature documentary film, Teach a Man toFish. Filmmaker, academic and musician Grant Saunders was struggling with his identity. As a fair-skinned, middleagedAboriginal man, with ...

Steven Oliver has a Chance Affair

The hilarious Steven Oliver tells us about his new show "A Chance Affair" and why the debate around religious schools and gay students is causing further damage to our youth. 
Traditional Owners say if Origin Energy drills on their land it will destroy their way of life.
  A group of Traditional Owners have travelled almost 3,000 kilometres from the Northern Territory to Sydney for a protest over Origin Energy’s plans to frack their land.
SBS Radio encourages all Australians to celebrate language learning with the SBS National Languages Competition 2018
National Languages Competition 2018 - a nationwide initiative to inspire and encourage language learning and retention. In its third year, the competition is expanding to engage Australians of all ages who are learning a language, including...
NITV Radio's Danny Teece-Johnson goes one-on-one with the Betoota Advocate to discuss "Uncle Tony"
The Betoota Advocate is a small and independent regional newspaper from far-west Queensland, they pride themselves on reporting fair and just news with the authenticity that rivals only the salt on the sunburnt earth that surroundsthem in the...
"You Young mob, all you gotta do to start writing a story is to grab a pen and paper and write for five minutes, dont make it bigger than it has to be, just keep it to five minutes"
MELISSA LUCASHENKO is a multi-award winning Goorie writer. Her 2013 novel Mullumbimby was awarded the Deloitte Queensland Literary Award for Fiction, won the Victorian Premiers Prize for Indigenous Writing, and was longlisted for both the Stella...
Danny Teece-Johnson speaks with Angie Zerella, the Education & Training Manager at BuBup Wilam School in Melbourne on the importance of Indigenous Literacy Day. 
Bubup Wilam is a children’s place. It is also part of a nation-wide network of Aboriginal Child and Family Centres. These centres were established in recognition of the fact that at the present time, Aboriginal children and families are...
Gina Williams is one of those rare performers who connects and captures audiences through the power of song. And it’s made even more special when it’s sung in rare Noongar language.
Gina has been steadily gaining a reputation across Australia for bringing a fresh, modern take on ancient traditions; merging evocative sounds, natural acoustic instruments, poignant stories with that beautiful voice....
Belvoir has announced Kodie Bedford as the recipient of the Balnaves Foundation Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Fellowship, an evolution of the Balnaves Foundation Indigenous Playwright Award, which has long been recognised as one of the...
The Fellowship includes a $25,000 paid residency at Belvoir, working across production, programming and development in 2019 as she develops her new play, CURSED! Ms. Bedford has extensive experience in network television, having worked for SBS (W...

Going Places with Ernie Dingo

NITV is excited to present a new season of ‘Going Places with Ernie Dingo’ from Sunday 2 September at 7.30pm. The series follows television personality Ernie Dingo as he travels the length and breadth of Australia, visiting stunning destinations...
Over the 14-part series, Ernie visits a host of different destinations, including Cradle Mountain in Tasmania, the Wet Tropics in Far North Queensland, Kangaroo Island in South Australia and Nitmiluk (Katherine Gorge) in North Territory, and...
Co Chair of the National Congress of Australia's First Peoples, Rod Little talks to NITV Radio's Danny Teece-Johnson about the new Prime Minister & Cabinet and what that might mean for Indigenous Affairs. 

Dobby brings the fire to NITV Radio

"Hip Hop is a direct form of expression. What I love about it is the fact that you can be quite political, you can speak your mind and tell your story.""That's another thing, hip hop is free, its an oral education, its passed form parents to youth...
Rapper on the rise, Dobby sits down with NITV Radio's Danny Teece-Johnson to talk about the impact Hip Hop has on him and his community. Dobby shares his influences and messages and opens up about what inspires him to tell his stories. Listen to ...
“We’ve got billions of dollars pumped into our communities, our businesses and organisations by government and Native Title combination, and we don’t have enough people in these roles to make the final call on where that money goes." - Shelley cable
Noongar woman, Shelley Cable will advocate for Indigenous participation in accounting to a global audience of more than 6000 people gathered at the 2018 World Accountants Congress (WCOA) in Sydney later this year....
"Two day soccer clinic ran by the Matildas coach was a tremendous success attracting more than 100 kids, boys and girls, each day."
Last month Aboriginal children from the remote NT town of Borroloola attended a two-day soccer clinic run by Matildas’ coach Alen Stajcic. The kids at the soccer clinic were all regular participants in the JMF program (John Moriarty Football), a ...